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  1. I wonder how chinese will respond. This is much better hw wise compared to the likes of orangepi3
  2. You mean PI3 right? PC3 isnt released yet.
  3. Devices with modified drivers should work, so it's not like its totally useless.
  4. a second working sbc can also double as a serial adapter.
  5. Awsome! Thats really what im after. Replace my current ITX amd setup for opi3. SInce this is only a storage server, i don't really care for other than networking and usb3. Idea is to build as cheap storage server as possible using existing itx case (having a small opi sized board gives me room for more drives) capable of gigabit network transfers (so usb2 is out of the question). OPI3 and Rock64 currently seem like the cheapest option. Rock64 being better supported and 5$ cheaper, but slower CPU and less usb3 ports
  6. Question; is the original Ubuntu from xunlong or amrbian usable enough, so that at least usb3 and network works ? I'd really only need it as a storage server, so i don't need anything else. Figured might as well get usb3 to sata bridges for my drives (insteado the pcie sata solution mention above), should work well enough for 2.5" drives.
  7. Guys, would something like this https://www.ebay.com/itm/Sale-Mini-PCI-Express-to-2-Ports-SATA-3-0-III-6Gb-s-Expansion-Card-Single-Chip/292743285592?hash=item4428dc0b58:g:aewAAOSwzaJX~4oV:rk:3:pf:1&frcectupt=true work on opi3, given how funky pcie is on H6 ? That would make it a pretty awesome cheap NAS setup, if capable.
  8. yeah, less usbs would help with cost. maybe 2x usb2 (use one from usb otg) and 1x usb3 (no need for a hub). Id reserve emmc option for PC3+ model.
  9. Still waiting for the cheaper PC3 variant, but this is one step closer. Nixing pcie, emmc, wifi and usb port (and maybe x2 usb2 / x2 usb3 setup) together with simpler pcb i can see this at ~25$ or perhaps even 20$. That would make it an awesome ultra budget NAS setup, capable of gigabit speeds. Obviously, once H6 support is ironed out.
  10. @gnthibault I think this is kernel related. Since you had the box booting in older 3.14 kernel, i'm gonna assume the new 4.x kernel does not have the appropriate mmc/nand driver to boot from internal. Personally, i've given up on armbian for this box and went with lakka instead. Since i'm only using this box for retro gaming, it's fine and nand install works flawlessly. I just wish lakka past version 2.0 would actually work properly.
  11. Is there an armbian based retroarch distro ? Im currently using lakka on my s905 devices, but its pretty poor past version 2.1. similar to retrorangepi
  12. Thats a very good question. I though NAND and eMMC are treated the same, no ?
  13. Funny enough, when i have sd card installed (with armbian) it boots fine and i can see and edit emmc partitions
  14. Does eMMC booting work on latest versions ? I tried Armbian_5.67_Aml-s9xxx_Ubuntu_bionic_default_4.19.7_desktop_20181228 on my Sunvell T95X and while sd boot works flawlessly, when installing to nand using /root/install.sh script it finished installing successfully, but after i reboot the device, it does not boot (stuck at amlogic logo). Am i doing something wrong here ? Prior to installing armbian i reflashed the device with stock firmware and activated multiboot using aml_autoscript zip.
  15. My goal is to have a retro setup on my tanix tx3 mini running from NAND only.
  16. Is there any way to flash armbian (or other linux distros) to Nand flash ? all i see is option to boot from SD. While this is fine, nand flash seems to be faster than most sd cards + its wasted otherwise.
  17. for a cheap device it has the benefit of lower power and built in ram
  18. 350 would like to speak with you
  19. It would be interesting to see someone try. I'm sure it can be done, if raspberry is doing it with 512MB of ram (probably the bulk of the BOM).
  20. Someone needs to make a V3s board targeting rpi zero formfactor and price (5$). That might just make sense.
  21. Yep, only H6, H5, H3 and older chipsets dont support 10bit
  22. Any easy way to modify DVFS tables ? Or perhaps set a set frequency for testing purposes. I'd like to test out each frequency point (and do some undervolting) to see how power consumption responds. This used to be doable with a single command, not sure if it's possible now on newer kernel. Thanks
  23. This is great news, ill give it a test to see how set voltages perform on real hardware.